Synopses & Reviews
Ten years have passed since Kate and Cecy married Thomas and James, and England is now being transformed by the first railways. When the Duke of Wellington asks James to look into the sudden disappearance of a German railway engineer, James and Cecy's search reveals a shocking truth: The railway lines are wreaking havoc with ancient underground magic, which could endanger the very unity of England. Meanwhile, Kate has her hands full taking care of all their children, not to mention the mysterious muteand#160;girl they rescued from a kidnapper!
and#160;and#160;and#160;and#160;Written in letters between Kate and Cecy--and between their husbands--this installment of the cousins' adventuresand#160;is another satisfying blend of magic, mystery, adventure, humor, and romance.
"A thoroughly enchanting confection."--Kirkus Reviews"The sparkle remains, and fans of the first two books will certainly enjoy revisiting these delightful characters."--School Library Journal
In 1828, and at the behest of the Duke of Wellington, English cousins Cecelia and Kate and their husbands search for a missing German railway engineer and, with the help of their wizardry skills, uncover a plot that could endanger the unity of England.
A dastardly kidnapper, enchanted dogs, and suspicious explosions highlight the third book about Kate and Cecy of "Sorcery and Cecelia."
The third book about Kate and Cecy of Sorcery and Cecelia
About the Author
PATRICIA C. WREDE has written many novels, including Sorcery and Cecelia or The Enchanted Chocolate Pot and The Grand Tour coauthored with Caroline Stevermer, as well as the four books in her own series, the Enchanted Forest Chronicles. She lives near Minneapolis, Minnesota.CAROLINE STEVERMER has written several books for adults and one other fantasy novel for young readers, River Rats. Ms. Stevermer also lives in Minneapolis.